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Browns legends take part in the Cavaliers’ Championship Parade

NBA: Cleveland Cavaliers-Championship Celebration Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

The Cleveland Cavaliers hosted the grandest party this city has ever seen on Wednesday, celebrating their NBA Finals Championship with an estimated 1.3 million fans in Downtown Cleveland.

Legends of the Cleveland Browns played a significant role in the day’s festivities. First, we have RB Earnest Byner embracing Cavs head coach Ty Lue. Byner, who is loved by most fans, has had the big weight of the fumble lifted off his shoulders.

QB Bernie Kosar was invited to be on one of the floats.

In a pairing you wouldn’t expect, Kosar was paired with Machine Gun Kelly. As Bottlegate said on Twitter, though, it worked.

Last, but certainly not least, RB Jim Brown of the 1964 Browns Championship team did a “passing of the torch” as he handed the trophy over to LeBron James.

As for current members of the Browns, CB Joe Haden was able to get on to Tristan Thompson’s float:

Recent alumni Joshua Cribbs also managed to be a part of the parade: